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#OTalk @OTalk_
It's 8pm! That means one thing! It’s #OTalk time! @OT_rach on the @OTalk_ account tonight. Who's out there? Say hi, even if lurking! https://t.co/dpVhHA00lA
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joining in tonight’s twitter chat don’t forget to us the hashtag in all your tweets so people can see what your says (only 1 T) #OTalk is the hashtag to use, you do not need to include @OTalk_
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Remember that professional codes including @The_HCPC apply online as well as off-. https://t.co/pUlLCtzBTs #OTalk https://t.co/YJURI0TvzI
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If you forget the hashtag, or if your account is protected, your tweets wont show up in the chat/transcript. So remember to check. #OTalk https://t.co/h9W6ohFik1
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
hello folks! Just had a wonderful Irish stew this evening. Of course, also a wonderful #wfot18! #otalk
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Remember #OTalk can count as #CPDhttps://t.co/15wM7tSnt6… https://t.co/v7DqqVqZ8q
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If you are new to #OTalk... be sure to check out our guide of tweet chats & shout if you need a hand: https://t.co/15wM7tSnt6… https://t.co/HSJvSOsTkY
#OTalk @OTalk_
One of the most important rules of #OTalk is Remember the hashtag so we can all see your tweets in the conversation. https://t.co/mbDxzwfcvm
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
RT @OTalk_: 5min until Tonights #otalk https://t.co/w3wwed2EN9
deb_OT @dmay_ot
I'm here and lurking. Mostly I'm here to learn. I have no experience yet of OT and MH so I assume that's what my final placement next year will be. #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Hi, welcome to OTalk! I'm Jenny! #OTalk https://t.co/6fkfIFuyK6
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
I’m here tonight simply lurking, not sure of recovery approaches. So would like to see what I can learn tonight #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTalk_ @OT_rach We are here and ready!! #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Your more than welcome - do Jon in and ask questions !! #safezone #OTalk https://t.co/OpA6ew0D0t
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTJennyH I got a non-American lemonade and ready to go. :) #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Right then @OTJennyH is hosting tonight, so keep an eye out for her questions #Otalk https://t.co/cQd7oRjmjk
Angie Logan @logan_angie
RT @KatrinaBannigan: Ever wondered whether working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? ROTTERS SW are hosting #OTalk R…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
We'll start with Question #1: Have you used recovery approaches/principles in your work as a qualified OT? If so, did these approaches originate from the recovery model or OT frameworks/models? If not, why? #OTalk https://t.co/nrVKrRg29j
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@BillWongOT Great! Thanks for tuning in and joining us in our time zone! 😊 #OTalk
Elle, Level II Occupational Therapy Student @elleOT2019
Hhhhiiiii! I'm here! #otalk https://t.co/lb3MMSz2nK
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@dmay_ot I'm in the same boat, I have two placements left after my current one and at least one of those will be a mental health setting but so far I don't have experience of it #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTJennyH That will be the only time of year... until I join you guys for #rcot2019. #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
@lookhearaust @OT_rach It’s an app called Bitmoji - you can then add them to your keybroad! #OTalk https://t.co/meUNmBOLv8
Elle, Level II Occupational Therapy Student @elleOT2019
RT @OTalk_: Right then @OTJennyH is hosting tonight, so keep an eye out for her questions #Otalk https://t.co/cQd7oRjmjk
Nicola Stirling @nicola_stirling
@OTalk_ Hi all, mostly lurking for me tonight, interesting topic #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Question 1 #OTalk https://t.co/oR0pivLh7v
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTJennyH Hmmm... I am going to use my own experiences as a service user. It sure took some time for me to got out of a mental rut when I was trying to accept that I have autism back in 2010. #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Don’t forget the # in all your tweets #OTalk https://t.co/xulL6NZaIR
Elle, Level II Occupational Therapy Student @elleOT2019
I'm a student and ironically enough, today is day 1 of my Level 1 Fieldwork Placement in Mental Health. Looking forward to observing this approach in practice as well as learn from others on today's #OTalk chat. https://t.co/16XkBZZLZw
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
#OTalk hi OT's out there
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@OTJennyH I’m here too. I used Recovery Principles in my final role-emerging placement. What are thoughts on using Recovery Star? #OTalk
Emily Deadman @EmilyDeadman
@OTalk_ @OT_rach I'm lurking this evening, my next placement is a role emerging placement with service users with drug and alcohol addiction so this could be helpful for that setting! #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Looks like there is lots of students on tonight, any mental health practising OT’s (other than me @OT_rach) #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@OTJennyH On my forensic placement I don’t remember the term being used all that much but the aim of the service was definitely focused on recovery and working towards service users ‘recovering’ and being able to function and live in society #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@BillWongOT Do you feel this was from recovery approaches or activity-focused interventions? #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Anyone else used the recovery star? It’s a generic tool, #otalk do you think it is occupation focussed? #otalk https://t.co/YfP6nGlPpx
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTJennyH I always enjoy and benefit from reading and engaging with #OTalk. I’m a recent graduate and awaiting my first post.
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@RobTheOT That's very interesting to know. How was it focused on recovery? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTJennyH I think it was more of a recovery approach because I was coming to terms to my duo identity as a future OT and an autistic individual at the time. #otalk
Deb @debbieduckie
Any OTs who can get involved? #otalk https://t.co/ujKtEQrg27
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@OTJennyH I work on a mental health recovery ward, but have used a “recovery” approach throughout my professional practice including physical health settings. #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Next on is Question #2: If you’re a prospective OT, how would you include recovery principles in your future OT practice? #OTalk https://t.co/Mmn3DaCqvr
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @debbieduckie: Any OTs who can get involved? #otalk https://t.co/ujKtEQrg27
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@BillWongOT Can you explain in some detail on how it was a recovery approach? Do you think OTs can support that area and make it more beneficial through a recovery approach? #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTJennyH I haven't used them a lot, but I am interested in the idea of 'recovery' and how meaningful occupation can help / be included in this model #otalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @pjmasonOT: @OTJennyH I work on a mental health recovery ward, but have used a “recovery” approach throughout my professional practice i…
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Question 2 #OTalk https://t.co/XK8yMrRQLM
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 Hi! Nice to meet you. That's for sharing, can you explain how the model we use is focused on the recovery model? #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@Clarelyonscoll1 @OTJennyH I would love to know more! #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@lookhearaust Same here! 😊 Stay tune for the next questions... #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
@OTJennyH I think part of it was because I see the OT once a week and in an outpatient setting. Moreover, we were focusing on what would be the present and near future only during the course of treatments. #otalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@OTJennyH I think it was focused on recovery by supporting the service users to find things they enjoy doing (I.e. meaningful occupations) firstly within the hospital and then later in their recovery journey outside the hostital as they begin to engage in the community again #OTalk
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTalk_ I’m thinking an action plan on the back of this #OTalk to learn more about recovery models!
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @OTJennyH: We'll start with Question #1: Have you used recovery approaches/principles in your work as a qualified OT? If so, did these a…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@pjmasonOT That's great to hear. Can you provide more details on how you used the recovery approach in your practice? #OTalk
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@EmilyDeadman @RobTheOT @OT_rach @orlatheot Don’t forget your #OTalk in all your tweets so please can see them and they get included in the transcript, which you can use as CPD evidence!!
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @OTalk_: Question 2 #OTalk https://t.co/XK8yMrRQLM
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @OTalk_: Anyone else used the recovery star? It’s a generic tool, #otalk do you think it is occupation focussed? #otalk https://t.co/Y…
Nicola Stirling @nicola_stirling
@pjmasonOT @OTalk_ @OTJennyH Think I need to learn more about this approach. Any tips where to start? #OTalk
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @RobTheOT: @OTJennyH I think it was focused on recovery by supporting the service users to find things they enjoy doing (I.e. meaningful…
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@MichelleKeefe1 you need to put the #OTalk in all your tweets so please can see them https://t.co/Fwki8Vv1ya
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@BillWongOT Ah, I understand now. Thanks for sharing! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
I'm here for a lurk - wanting to learn from all these fresh new minds #otalk https://t.co/WmYO2gQRYV
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Hi Jenny (and everyone here). Sorry for being late. Am lurking this evening - will be reading and learning from you all. Not much experience in this but planned changes in our service means it will be useful! #otalk https://t.co/kYSdAmFITv
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
#OTalk https://t.co/pyq8iXHsgs
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@RedAndWhite11 don’t forget the # in all your tweets or you end up on my naughty step #OTalk https://t.co/4jbl7stclU
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@RobTheOT Ah I see. Thanks for sharing! What kind of occupations were in hospital and out in the community? #OTalk #caretoshare
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@OTalk_ Whoops! Just retweeted with #OTalk so hope that will include my comment
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@nicola_stirling @pjmasonOT @OTalk_ https://t.co/6CW2Xoa6Nb #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@MichelleKeefe1 @OTalk_ Interesting Michelle! Which parts of the recovery based approach meant it was less occupation focused? #OTalk
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@OTJennyH Key principles for example living well with illness/injury, promoting hope, connection, meaning and purpose in life #OTalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@OTalk_ When I think of it it always makes me think of the Unrecovery Star, created by people who've experienced mental health care and are critical of how popular ideas of recovery can ignore environmental/social factors that impact health https://t.co/4PtvoCmRoe #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@nicola_stirling @pjmasonOT @OTalk_ @OTJennyH classic ref is Anthony 1993, and Deegan. #otalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@OTJennyH Does that make sense #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
Quite a few people are forgetting the hashtag, you don’t wanna do that otherwise you end up on @OT_rach Naughty step. Remember #OTalk in every tweet!!! (Just one T) https://t.co/5H1tSxTsfn
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
Tips on recovery literature? #otalk https://t.co/4j7u2e2VvJ
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@OTJennyH So the principles we used were that of co-production, where providers we worked with had equal say in what we did (I work for the health regulator)... It was a group put together to find solutions to national issues in MH in order to help others #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @debbieduckie: @OTalk_ I’m thinking an action plan on the back of this #OTalk to learn more about recovery models!
Bill Wong, OTD, OTR/L @BillWongOT
RT @OTJennyH: @nicola_stirling @pjmasonOT @OTalk_ https://t.co/6CW2Xoa6Nb #OTalk
Nicola Stirling @nicola_stirling
@pjmasonOT @OTalk_ @OTJennyH Thanks, will take a look #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTalk_ @EmilyDeadman @RobTheOT @OT_rach @orlatheot Where do we get the transcripts from? I didnt know we could use them as evidence!! Awesome!! #OTalk
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
RT @pjmasonOT: @OTJennyH Key principles for example living well with illness/injury, promoting hope, connection, meaning and purpose in lif…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@pjmasonOT Wow, those are some principles within the recovery approach. What valuable knowledge to hear others using it within OT practice! #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Up next is Question #3: What are your thoughts in using recovery principles in OT work? #OTalk https://t.co/7rIygOHyCg
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@lookhearaust @EmilyDeadman @RobTheOT @OT_rach @orlatheot It’s up on the blog a few days after the chat, #otalk keep checking it!
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@OTJennyH So you enable on a one to one level and we used it on an organisational level #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 Wow, that's really interesting. I did come across "co-production" recently doing research out in the community and would love to learn about it more. #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@RobTheOT @OTalk_ One child declined to take part with the Recovery Star so used a stop motion Lego activity instead, which gave me so much more insight into the child’s world and felt collaborative rather than interrogative #OTalk
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Question 3 #OTalk https://t.co/LCKr4UaEXh
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
I love @RITB_ This and some of their other scathing critiques made me laugh my socks off - i totally recognised the argument #otalk https://t.co/0C7fxqClGm
Lauren @Lauren_OT
@OTJennyH To me, you can’t separate the two! #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@OTJennyH Within hospital we had groups/activities that could be considered a mix of self-care, productivity/vocation and leisure based: gardening, cooking, computers, cafe work, car washing, sports, dj-ing... based on their interests we could find suitable things in community #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTJennyH I've just looked up the Star model that was mentions before.... I think it looks complicated - but I do think meaningful and purposeful use of time is a key in any sort of recovery #OTalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@Lauren_OT @OTJennyH Agree Lauren #OTalk
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@OTJennyH I feel really strongly that recovery principles synchronise with OT values. Worked really well in orthopaedics, surgical and oncology and I imagine it’s use in stroke/neuro would be useful #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Lauren_OT Definitely in agreement with you. But how much do we need to actually have a "recovery" approach rather than "activity-based" approach? #OTalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@OTJennyH Ladder of participation is a grt tool to use on an organisational level. All explained in first chapter of valued care.... https://t.co/ssEEaw3VMI #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@RobTheOT Wow, those are a lot of activities. Do they fit the demographic population of in-patients? Is cultural and diversity considerations of the patients considered? #OTalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
@OTJennyH Co-production is like bread and butter to an OT #OTalk
Carolina Cordero 🌈 @colourful_ot
@ForensicDetail @RITB_ I think it's an important point for OT; our whole ethos is meant to be about being holistic, looking at the person+environment+occupation, and I get the impression some recovery-based approaches are a bit focused on just the person and their motivation to recover? #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
Recovery - redefining a valued sense of self in spite of everything mental health services have done... #otalk
amy gowdridge @AGowdridge
@OTalk_ my Twitter is not working I’m an OT currently working in mental health unsure if I can join in tonight 😔 recovery to me is important tool when I would with clients to sometimes look at king term goals or how occupations can aid recovery #OTalk
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That’s interesting lots of students talked about recovery being a mental health placement learning experiences - but don’t you ‘recover’ in all settings - have students seen recovery approaches used in physical, social services or LD placements? #OTalk https://t.co/FjHYjMj0oi
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@lookhearaust I was actually speaking to a service user and the person said the Recovery Star model doesn't work for everyone. It didn't work for the person... #OTalk
amy gowdridge @AGowdridge
@OTalk_ @OTalk_ my Twitter is not working I’m an OT currently working in mental health unsure if I can join in tonight 😔 recovery to me is important when I’m with clients. Also how occupations can aid recovery and be a part of their recovery #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@colourful_ot @RITB_ Absolutely - sometimes services misappropriate recovery, or rebrand what they always did as recovery. "your not motivated to recover - not my fault" not recognising the disempowering world of MH from the other side of the desk #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 Great, thanks for sharing. Will give it a read! #OTalk
#OTalk @OTalk_
RT @colourful_ot: @ForensicDetail @RITB_ I think it's an important point for OT; our whole ethos is meant to be about being holistic, looki…
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@OTJennyH @Lauren_OT Through critical reflection we can ‘unpick’ how we have used or are using models, frameworks and principles within our practice #OTalk it’s easy to not consider that you’re using recovery when perhaps you actually are
Nicola Stirling @nicola_stirling
@pjmasonOT @OTJennyH Ooh got me thinking now! #OTalk
The Occupational Therapy Hub @theOThub
RT @OTalk_: That’s interesting lots of students talked about recovery being a mental health placement learning experiences - but don’t you…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
On to Question #4: How do you think your clients/service users understand your therapy work? Are recovery principles explicitly demonstrated in your interventions? #OTalk https://t.co/19SxWHnpuv
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@AGowdridge Well we got that tweet, maybe twitter is recovering — #OTalk
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Yes we used this sort of language/approach in a brain injury rehab placement I had. I think in this, and other settings too, there is some caution around “recovery” and what expectations are around that word, and working with the individual around this? #otalk https://t.co/MeMt7KUVlt
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@OTalk_ Oh good point! In community rehabilitation and neuro it was definitely a big focus. Though the term ‘baseline’ was used a lot more. Supporting people to return to their baseline... #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@pjmasonOT Yeah it can and that's great! Thanks for sharing! #OTalk
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
@Clarelyonscoll1 @OTJennyH Please, what is co-production 🤦🏾‍♀️ #otalk
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Question 4 #OTalk https://t.co/WCq1eKZtAr
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@ChloeDicksonnn Yeah, definitely! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
A guest-blog a little while ago about recovery and service user involvement - might be interesting for tonights chat https://t.co/hxEVmiiwDT #otalk
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@ForensicDetail For me the living well “in spite” of illness/injury is the core business for OT #OTalk
Rach_OT @RachelOT7
RT @pjmasonOT: @OTJennyH Key principles for example living well with illness/injury, promoting hope, connection, meaning and purpose in lif…
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTalk_ I can’t see why not but I haven’t heard the term used. My placements have been predominantly rehabilitation but quite procedural. #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 Wow, eager to learn more! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @OTJennyH: On to Question #4: How do you think your clients/service users understand your therapy work? Are recovery principles explicit…
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
RT @OTalk_: That’s interesting lots of students talked about recovery being a mental health placement learning experiences - but don’t you…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@sherlynmelody @Clarelyonscoll1 I'm not exactly entirely sure but maybe this is a start: https://t.co/54VAQjysfe #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@OTalk_ Language of recovery is prominent in mental health but recovery principles similar to person centred care and expert patient so goes across many clinical areas not just mental health #OTalk
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Similar to what I was just saying too @RobTheOT. Even with this though we had to manage discussions around questions about getting back to how things were “before” the injury etc #otalk https://t.co/TrJSyjbyt5
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
RT @ForensicDetail: @colourful_ot @RITB_ Absolutely - sometimes services misappropriate recovery, or rebrand what they always did as recove…
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@sherlynmelody @Clarelyonscoll1 @OTJennyH https://t.co/eTzgGEUrZs this night help!! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@pjmasonOT me too - participation in life is independent of any diagnosis and is our role to maximise it when barriers are bemusing a person #otalk
Rach_OT @RachelOT7
RT @debbieduckie: @OTJennyH I always enjoy and benefit from reading and engaging with #OTalk. I’m a recent graduate and awaiting my first p…
Emily Deadman @EmilyDeadman
@RobTheOT @OTalk_ I agree, it seems different terminology is used in physical/ mental health settings, with return to baseline commonly used in physical settings and 'recovery' in mental health. Perhaps something to do with the progressive nature of some conditions in physical setting? #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@pjmasonOT @Lauren_OT Definitely. It requires deep reflection on how OT is recovery-based but activity-focused at the same time, if that makes sense. #OTalk
amy gowdridge @AGowdridge
@Ruth_Hawley @OTalk_ I agree it’s how recovery word is used and in what context recovery will mean different things to different people at different times of their life dependent of their experiences #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@EllenChisman @RobTheOT Same in forensic services - often there isn't an acceptable baseline - and it's about discovering a new self, not recovering an old one. Maybe even harder when theres no blueprint to go back to? #otalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@ForensicDetail @colourful_ot @RITB_ I think Recovery approach is about the idea of reclaiming life, as it is- which relates to all health settings and so appropriate to OT #OTalk
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTJennyH As a student I think my challenge was articulation of OT in that context and therefore expectations of outcomes. I used PEOP to frame my discussions, but feel that using recovery language might have been more appropriate #otalk
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Agreed, good point @ForensicDetail #otalk https://t.co/LdWSBojdcm
deb_OT @dmay_ot
Don't think #otalk has ever prompted me to open so many tabs to explore the ideas being discussed. Loving it - but my brain is struggling to keep up!
#OTalk @OTalk_
@debbieduckie I’m so surprised, shocked and amazed. Recovery is key to any delivery of good occupational therapy, we need to understand what recovery means to those we are working with. #OTalk https://t.co/AP39aFq6Fi
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#Otalk https://t.co/oe3sZFC1MC
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@lookhearaust Not really. The person said it was moving forward to activities/occupations, i.e. getting a job, living independently, pursuing higher education--all occupation-based and focused. But within that, the person did say that getting a job improved confidence/self-esteem #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@AGowdridge @OTalk_ Occupational participation is critical to facilitating recovery and to how people measure their level of recovery #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@OTJennyH @sherlynmelody @Clarelyonscoll1 when you design the intervention, or even the whole service collaboratively with service users. e.g. designing and running a group together. Could check out Recovery Colleges if you haven't come across before #otalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
#OTalk ladder of participation gives a good pictorial explanation of co-production https://t.co/jsRPfT0If1
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTalk_ We do! I’ll be checking my ethos and making sure I don’t fall onto a convey belt practice #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@mhairi_hynie Thanks for sharing! Can you explain how and what outcomes should be the aim? #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Onto the final question...Question #5: Currently, there is no guidance for OTs to apply recovery approaches by RCOT. What are your thoughts about this? Should RCOT follow the AOTA and OTAustralia by releasing explicit guidance on this for OTs in the UK? #OTalk https://t.co/wNlZpHtcLO
Deb @debbieduckie
@dmay_ot I’m keeping a list! #otalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@ForensicDetail @EllenChisman @RobTheOT I’ve been looking a lot at use of metaphor in therapeutic dialogue and public health messages; ‘new normal’ was one useful one I recall from a recent article. #OTalk
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Here here #Otalk https://t.co/kALGQ3X0l5
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@debbieduckie Great, thanks for joining us Debbie! Looking forward to your opinions! #OTalk
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Question 5 #OTalk https://t.co/wSXnAXxb0s
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@ForensicDetail @sherlynmelody @Clarelyonscoll1 I have come across Recovery Colleges and so forth and knew it more as a collaboration rather than co-production. I will look into it. #OTalk
Clare Lyons Collins @Clarelyonscoll1
#OTalk keep forgetting the # https://t.co/e6MYbW405L
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
I currently work with older adults with dementia, another population where we go for other approaches/language #otalk @ForensicDetail https://t.co/LdWSBojdcm
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@OTJennyH Some did- some didn’t. Waiting for change in leave from governmental/legal level (MOJ) was the biggest barrier that held service users back from progressing... that was frustrating, when they were ready to continue their recovery journey but prevented from doing so #OTalk
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTJennyH Do we have a culture of guidance from rcot? #otalk. It would certainly be helpful for me following this conversation! I could tick my list!
deb_OT @dmay_ot
@MichelleKeefe1 @ForensicDetail @EllenChisman @RobTheOT I love "new normal" I've used it a lot in my personal life when things have changed - good and bad. Having kids definitely generated a 'new normal' and normal changes on an annual basis as they grow up! (peripherally #OTalk)
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 @sherlynmelody Thanks for the image! Very simple way to understand it, especially for visual learners! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@MichelleKeefe1 @EllenChisman @RobTheOT not sure about that one - were things ever normal. What is normal. What if normal is scary when being special is all you know? maybe my own insecurities about normality... In criminal justice they talk about the "new me" too. #otalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@OTalk_ I do think RCOT guidance would be helpful. I’ve been reading recently about psychological frames of reference dominating in MDT in MH and so OT relevant approaches might be helpful? #OTalk
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@OTJennyH @Lauren_OT Agreed. Reinstating, maintaining or achieving participation in valued occupations is a symptom of recovery in action. #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@debbieduckie @OTJennyH There’s definitely practice guidelines for certain areas https://t.co/nLvv6xoTDS #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@debbieduckie Thanks for sharing Debbie! Do you know how you can do this in a similar setting in the future? #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@dmay_ot @MichelleKeefe1 @ForensicDetail @EllenChisman New normal is great! #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@EllenChisman thats true - when things are often framed in terms of preventing further 'deterioration' how to be hopeful - what language do you use? #otalk
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@theRCOT - have the recovering ordinary lives! 2007 -2017 https://t.co/yVjOTh26uZ #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
RT @RobTheOT: @dmay_ot @MichelleKeefe1 @ForensicDetail @EllenChisman New normal is great! #OTalk
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@OTJennyH 2/2 I have found myself using a lot of the Australian best practice guidelines when I haven't been able to find a UK equivalent - though then get questions from other professionals and families - maybe I am just not looking in the right places? #OTalk
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Yes and something we work with families of those with dementia we see sometimes. Thanks for sharing this both of you :-) #otalk https://t.co/FuFHV4MqLp
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
RT @dmay_ot: @MichelleKeefe1 @ForensicDetail @EllenChisman @RobTheOT I love "new normal" I've used it a lot in my personal life when thing…
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@MichelleKeefe1 @OTalk_ i know some psychiatrists who would disagree that psychological approaches dominate MDT :) #otalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@OTJennyH Many recovery principles have their roots and are aligned with traditional OT values and philosophy, so if staying true to #OT recovery principles will naturally follow #OTalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@lookhearaust @OTJennyH @otaust Interesting to hear! Are they always applicable to U.K. setting? #OTalk
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RT @Ruth_Hawley: @OTJennyH Many recovery principles have their roots and are aligned with traditional OT values and philosophy, so if stayi…
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Interesting - can see what you mean. I think sometimes we go with what the person/families are using in their terminology, or what works for them - a useful point you make though. Perhaps being open to a variety of language etc helps? #otalk https://t.co/FrAKiRYTSu
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
Anyone in the forensic world may be interested in 'secure recovery' - where a person also has to come to terms with the part of themslef that may have committed a serious crime #otalk https://t.co/qEzUsOZsIa
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RT @ForensicDetail: @MichelleKeefe1 @OTalk_ i know some psychiatrists who would disagree that psychological approaches dominate MDT :) #ota
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@RobTheOT Yes, definitely an unfortunate and challenging situation for everyone involved in their care. I guess there must be some change in the system to enable quicker processes to prevent deterioration of the patients' mental health and delay recovery. #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@ForensicDetail @EllenChisman @ForensicDetail I completely agree that the language we use is so important, and finding hopeful ways to express opportunities for paths ahead, not just paths to be avoided or feared #OTalk
Nicola Stirling @nicola_stirling
@Ruth_Hawley @AGowdridge @OTalk_ Love that! #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Any final thoughts? #OTalk https://t.co/HL5GI4zYg5
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
Oops #OTalk https://t.co/fIRjU815f3
Look Hear Australia @lookhearaust
@RobTheOT @OTJennyH @otaust The one I was using was the Roberts and Prior about sensory interventions in schools #OTalk https://t.co/1kRyeIyvTm
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@ForensicDetail @MichelleKeefe1 @EllenChisman @RobTheOT In my experience “normalising” mental illness and other illnesses/injuries can be helpful when trying to support someone to feel hope, not to feel alone,to aid recovery Support forums online, specialised charities and community access groups are useful #OTalk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@EllenChisman For me, important to recognise that not everyone shares the same experience of life. many do of course, and agree, starting with the words that a service user choses is best #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@lookhearaust @otaust Wow, that's great to know. The US AOTA has something similar as well. I am in agreement that the UK policies/guidelines are very similar and vague/abstract at times, especially on recovery in mental health. #OTalk
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Only 5 mins left #Otalk
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@lookhearaust @OTJennyH @otaust Ok thanks! Was it easy to apply and use here? Maybe we need more sharing of resources globally! #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
#OTalk https://t.co/AL7a2RleUk
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@OTJennyH Well done @OTJennyH for bringing fresh eyes to recovery on #otalk tonight
ᏕᏂᏋᏒLᎩᏁ 🇯🇲🇬🇧💚 @sherlynmelody
Thanks for a great show tonight. I have a lot of research and reading to do. I’ve got to log off. Thanks everyone for your input #otalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@mhairi_hynie Were these interventions activity-based/focused? Can you provide an example? Was the activity/session meaningful for them? #OTalk
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RT @OTJennyH: Any final thoughts? #OTalk https://t.co/HL5GI4zYg5
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@MichelleKeefe1 @OTalk_ What population of children do you work with? Interested in learning more about this! #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@OTJennyH Having said all that having @theRCOT guidelines regarding #OT and recovery would definitely be useful and valued by both students and clinicians #OTalk
Deb @debbieduckie
@OTJennyH @OTalk_ Thanks all, I’ve got a lot to think about. I’ve got an interview in MH soon and didn’t get practice experience. Hopefully I can fill some knowledge gaps with engaging here. #otalk
Elle, Level II Occupational Therapy Student @elleOT2019
Article by Gibson, D'Amico, Jaffe & Arbesman (2011), RM seems to align well w/OTs OA Model where the therapist guides client toward self-awareness in the need to adapt. Gain insight that life is still meaningful. Certainly, therapeutic use of self in my future practice. #OTalk https://t.co/aNIV2w4XeU
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That's officially the end of #OTalk tonight! Transcript posted after 24hrs. Thank you to @OTJennyH for hosting. 👍🏾 https://t.co/ukQ7soF8lF
Ellen Chisman @EllenChisman
Thank you everyone for an interesting talk this evening. Got me thinking! Enjoyed talking with you and hearing your views/experiences :-) #otalk
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Join us next week for #OTalk Research - Is working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? Hosted by ROTTERS SW
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Ruth_Hawley Definitely. However because there are national policies and environmental pressures on OT, do you feel there is a need to explicitly state how this can follow suit? If OTs should follow a certain standard of implementing the recovery approach? #OTalk
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Less than 2 weeks until #RCOT2018. Are you coming to Belfast? If you are attending look out for the @OTalk_ crew at Tuesday mornings #OTalk occupation station (Session 21). We are aiming to support attendees in using social media both professionally and therapeutically. https://t.co/IOjUk5Rwc1
Deb @debbieduckie
RT @OTalk_: Join us next week for #OTalk Research - Is working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? Hosted by ROTTERS SW
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@RobTheOT @OTalk_ @RobTheOT I did a role emerging placement for 10 weeks with a charity for young caters, taking a whole family approach to wellbeing plans, children and YP 10-13 #OTalk
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Also if you are attending #RCOT2018 & arriving on the Sunday evening? Why not join us for an informal get together! Whether you are travelling alone or with a friend its a chance for a relaxed get together before the conference kicks off. #OTalkonTour. #OTalk https://t.co/lYJIXMDxWV
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Clarelyonscoll1 Thanks for joining! #OTalk
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#OTalk Research – Tuesday 5th June: Is working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? https://t.co/0DtalG1D9U
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#OTalk https://t.co/6RafLtWJvD
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@MOHOspark @otalk @janet_folland No worries Sue! I hope you can have a look through the #OTalk page to read up on it! #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
Thank you for tuning in to this week's OTalk with @OTJennyH! #OTalk https://t.co/XESuoK3Uvt
Rob Molloy @RobTheOT
@MichelleKeefe1 @OTalk_ Sounds like a really interesting (and I’m sure challenging) placement! #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@OTalk_ @OT_rach Thank you! #OTalk
Philip Mason @pjmasonOT
@nicola_stirling @OTalk_ @OTJennyH Recovering ordinary lives was where I first heard the term, but it’s well used and I’m sure there’s plenty of literature out there #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
Same in early intervention in psychosis that young people were still on journey of identity formation and not necessarily having established baseline or blueprint to return to #OTalk https://t.co/BlTuNKi1aS
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
RT @OTalk_: #OTalk Research – Tuesday 5th June: Is working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? https://t.co/0DtalG1D9U
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@ForensicDetail It was all my pleasure! Thanks for joining in this #OTalk discussion!
ForensicDetail @ForensicDetail
@Ruth_Hawley is anyone recovering - or are we all on a process of occupation adaptation? #otalk
Kirstie @Kirstie_OT
RT @OTalk_: Also if you are attending #RCOT2018 & arriving on the Sunday evening? Why not join us for an informal get together! Whether you…
Kirstie @Kirstie_OT
RT @OTalk_: Less than 2 weeks until #RCOT2018. Are you coming to Belfast? If you are attending look out for the @OTalk_ crew at Tuesday mo…
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@Ruth_Hawley @theRCOT I am definitely on your wavelength. #OTalk
Becki Billing @Smeckibiff
RT @SWhitingOT: Ever wondered whether working in research a viable option for occupational therapists? ROTTERS SW are hosting #OTalk Resear…
Kirstie @Kirstie_OT
@OTJennyH Great use of graphics for tonights chat Jenny 👍🏼 #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@debbieduckie @OTalk_ That's great to hear Debbie! Good luck on the interview! You'll smash it and there's loads to learn. Just take it at your pace. Thanks for joining! #OTalk
Michelle Keefe @MichelleKeefe1
@RobTheOT @OTalk_ @RobTheOT It was a great experience! I was originally a primary school teacher and I love working with children and YP in such a holistic way #OTalk
Jenny Hong @OTJennyH
@elleOT2019 Definitely. Therapeutic use of self is very valuable as a clinician and human being. #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@ForensicDetail Great question! And interesting debate; however service users in my opinion may find recovery a more natural concept that has meaning for them than occupational adaptation. #OTalk
Ruth Hawley @Ruth_Hawley
@OTJennyH Thanks for facilitating! Enjoyed my first participation in an #OTalk
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@dmay_ot I’m sure we will, just tweet when you get there, we are likely to teeet about what we are up to!!! With our twitter selfie broad!!! #OTalk https://t.co/4AVoSghiTI
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